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Jenny Babcock


Recent Stories from Jenny Babcock

President Trump is a Floridian

The president has changed his legal residence to Florida, a state with no income taxes. “I cherish New York,” he tweeted, but Trump said he had been “treated very badly” by New York political leaders.

Tell Us Your Dorian Story

If possible — and if you’re in a safe place — we’d like to follow your whole story before, during and after the storm. You can choose a way to talk to us…

Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Briccio Rapido and Hospitalman Hayley Hughes provide medical assistance to a victim’s gunshot wound during an active shooter drill in the ship’s mess decks. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Cathrine Mae O. Campbell/Released) (This image was altered for security purpose by blurring out security badges) , Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Active_Shooter_Drill_160608-N-ZE240-095.jpg

A Look At The Impact Of Active Shooter Drills

Psychologists and behavioral analysts say that active shooter drills can help prepare people for an emergency, but more elaborate ones can be harmful, especially when they are surprise drills.